A Christmas Gift From Bob

A CHRISTMAS GIFT FROM BOB

Review: James, a struggling street musician finds himself the target of an animal welfare investigation. The officers threaten to take Bob the cat away from James although the local community rallies the help them both. This all takes place in the run-up to Christmas.
Director: Charles Martin Smith
Actors: Luke Treadaway, Kristina Tonteri-Young, Anna Wilson-Jones, Nina Wadia, Daisy Badger, Stephen McCole, Tim Plester, Celyn Jones, Phaldut Sharma, Bob the Cat, Jamie Bacon, Daniel Eghan, Sheena Bhattessa, Ella Jarvis, Poppy Roe, Aretha Ayeh, Tony Cook and Katherine Moran
Year: 2020
Genre: Drama and Family
Conclusion: 3/5
This is a sequel to A Street Cat Named Bob (2016). I secretly loved this film. One incredible true story. It was a perfect watch after a hard week on a Friday night where you just want to relax. It was lovely to see a film that was set in London. Thinking about this film you could look at it as a story of redemption. Also, the most important message is caring for someone or something especially at Christmas. This film also touches on themes such as poverty and drug addiction. A heart-warming film that the whole family can enjoy. I personally think we could all do with more films or stories like this one. Sadly, Bob died before the movie’s release and the film is dedicated to him.

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